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Old 2 Days Ago   #166
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Not sure Daily Mail is more reliable than National Enquirer.

It is very reliable. If it says Bill Gates is doing this you can take it to the bank. They always get the story first. They are more than just a tabloid
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It's all yellow journalism.
Some just wear taylor made clothes while others buy off the rack.
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It's all yellow journalism.
Some just wear taylor made clothes while others buy off the rack.

That is so true Perfect example, This morning's headline



Washington Post which would be the tailor made publication


Autopsy finds broken bones in Jeffrey Epstein’s neck, deepening questions around his death



And the Daily Mail (off the rack) headline for the same news


Jeffrey Epstein had broken neck bones that can be caused by STRANGULATION, autopsy reveals - as it is also revealed he blamed cellmate for wounds from first ‘suicide’ attempt





Sure the Daily Mail is more sensational but still accurate

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The market is already taking care of it. Coal is dead - no one is installing new coal boilers anymore, and conversion of coal boilers to, say, bio pellets, is underway.



https://www.eia.gov/todayinenergy/detail.php?id=39992
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The market is already taking care of it. Coal is dead - no one is installing new coal boilers anymore, and conversion of coal boilers to, say, bio pellets, is underway.



https://www.eia.gov/todayinenergy/detail.php?id=39992
Huh. Wouldn't have guessed that renewables was such a large proportion.

"Renewable sources provided 23% of total electricity generation to coal’s 20%."

It does not that the percentages vary according to the season.
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Default July 2019: Earth's Hottest Month in Recorded History

https://www.wunderground.com/cat6/Ju...en=cat6-widget


This near-record global warmth in 2019 is all the more remarkable since it is occurring during the minimum of the weakest solar cycle in 100+ years, and during a year when a strong El Niño has not been present (though a weak El Niño was present January – June 2019, ending in July). Record-warm global temperatures typically occur during strong El Niño events, and when the solar cycle is near its maximum. The near-record warmth of 2019 is thus a testament to how greatly human-caused global warming is impacting the planet.
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